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Old 3rd November 2002, 22:21
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Talking Search enabled!

More news: we have installed a little search engine for the Programmer's Guide.

You can access the search feature from the main library page. When using the search engine, please keep the following in mind:
  • you must specify words of min. 3 characters length
  • you can use AND and OR constructions (NOT is not supported)
  • you can specify wildcards (* for all) but it's fairly useless as each search term will be executed with leading and trailing wildcard. E.g.: 'file' = 'file*' = '*file' = '*file*'
This is only a first version so don't expect a Google We have built in alot of checks on the search input but as always we may have overlooked some possibilities that can create bad queries. If this happens for your search, you will probably get a database error. In that case please try again with different search words. Also, we will get notified about the error and see how we can remedy the problem.

As usual comments and feedback are very welcome!
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Old 29th November 2002, 08:59
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Hello Pat,
BaaN library on this is site has been of great help for BaaN Tools people. But, I have a concern here -
I was going through this script, and found a variable sattr.combined . By it's name it sounded like a system variable. I searched my BaaN help document, and later on the library listing of this site, for this variable. But, only thing I could find was sattr.descr$ !!
I then used this variable in one of my scripts, and on compiling did not get any error (although it's function is still not clear to me)!! Hence, this is a system variable.
Now, there may be so many such system variables and functions which we are not able to find in the help document, but they do help a lot in programming. Where/How do we search for such features!!?
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Hey Morpheus,

I can't really answer your question. We have to work with what we got from Baan Development and that's what you see in the Library. Hopefully one of the Baan guys around here will pick up on this.
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Morpheus,

The manual here at BaanBoard is for BaanERP, tools version 7.3a. You are working on BaanIV (thanks Pat, it really helps, that version information!!!).
sattr.combined is something that was supported in Baan IV, indicating that two sessions were displayed in a single window. In BaanERP, that feature has been replaced by overview and synchronized child session. That's the reason it is not in the manual.

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Thanks Jaap, for the information. Any idea where can I find BaaN IV help!? Or atleast tell me something more about sattr.combined, and if possible have a look at my latest post in Tools.
Hey! Pat, why not have a library for BaaN IV too!!
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Old 29th November 2002, 11:36
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Manual IV

There is no BaanIV manual on the board, because Baan doesn't give BaanBoard the right to publish it. Only the latest version is available here.
I hope it is still helpfull though: 80% remains unchanged.
BaanIV help should be installed on your system. In the session Maintain Program Scripts.

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Baan: BaaN IV c4 - DB: BaaN Base - OS: HP-UX 11
Yes, I know it's not on the board, and BaaNERP help is quite useful for BaaN IV users also. But, I was just wondering that someone has got BaaN IV help (like I got BaaNERP help in my personal collection). And regarding Manual in BaaN IV, that too does not contain features like sattr.combined.
Anyway, thanks for the post.
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Oops...

Sorry!! I finally found sattr.combined in the BaaN IV manual.
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Time again for an update: now serving (v73_a_sp1, build 593 of 11/06/2003)
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Pat, (again) I would like to say that this is a great addition to the board. You can tell by all the references that are being made from existing posts to aricles in the Library section. Also very helpful to avoid posts on topics documented there.
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Another update on the ERP Programmer's Manual: we have finished converting the entire contents into the Baanboard Wiki. From now on please point your browsers at: http://www.baanboard.com/twiki/bin/v...manerp/WebHome

We will remove the 'old' programmer's manual soon. In any case, use the new Wiki for making references to sections of the manual.

Note that by moving the content into the Wiki it has de facto become 'collaborative' content as well. So don't hesitate to add your comments, corrections, examples etc in the developer's notes section of each Wiki page!
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What will happen to the existing links ...?
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They all have been converted
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I am sure that I am missing something. I just went to find the function run.baan.prog() and when I listed the "r" functions, they are not in an alphabetical listing. Is there a way to get them that way?

BTW... regardless of where it is... having the manual on-line has been VERY helpful over the past year!

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The 'r' functions are on one page, but not sorted .
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